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Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

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Joee
Joee
January 21, 2020
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge was established on June 6, 1938 as a 4,589-acre refuge to provide feeding and resting habitat for migratory birds. It is a critical segment in the Atlantic Flyway. As the metropolitan area of Virginia Beach began to grow in the 1980's, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife…
Alisia
Alisia
November 27, 2019
Wetlands refuge that hosts thousands of migratory waterfowl, including snow geese & tundra swans.
Kevin
Kevin
September 10, 2019
Great hiking trails and amazing scenery
Cody
Cody
July 18, 2019
Very remote & peaceful nature trails with local wildlife.
Angelique
Angelique
June 7, 2019
The refuge was established June 6, 1938 as a crucial link along the Atlantic flyway, the migration route that takes birds from Summer breeding grounds in the North to Winter feeding grounds & rest. Educational programming is offered by park rangers. Best time to visit is late Fall/Winter when…

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Restoran
“Visitors and locals alike find down-home meals with killer She-Crab soup, steamed blue crabs, shrimp & crab omelettes and full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Get there early on weekends for breakfast to avoid the crowd! Reasonably priced Mimosa's & Bloody Mary's and excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner. Local and tourist favorite for years after years! ”
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“Best pizza in town! Order in or grab a meal after a day at the beach. Only a couple of miles from here and on the way to Sandbridge, it is super convenient! Great food, reasonably priced.”
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“False Cape State Park is a 4,321-acre state park located on the Currituck Banks Peninsula, a one-mile-wide barrier spit between the Back Bay of the Currituck Sound and the Atlantic Ocean, within the city of Virginia Beach, adjacent to the state border with North Carolina, and just north of Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge. False Cape State Park includes hiking and biking trails, a visitors' center, environmental educational and primitive camping facilities. The park can be accessed from the north on foot, bicycle, or seasonally available tram through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, or from the south on foot or bicycle. Boat access is possible from any shoreline. The park is named False Cape because from the ocean it could be easily mistaken for Cape Henry, which lies about 20 miles to the north at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. Ships and boats looking for Cape Henry instead sailed into the shallow waters, where they could easily run aground.”
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4005 Sandpiper Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456
Telefon+1 757-301-7329
Web sitesifws.gov